The Long Way Home: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
Publish date: August 26th 2014
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Chief Inspector Armand Gamache (#10)
Long story short, I forgot to post a review about this book when I read it right after book #9. I was too irritated to do much besides be super aggravated by the nonsense going on in the Armand Gamache series and this latest was just more of the same it seemed to me. The story was way too long and d...
Another winner! Big surprise, eh? :) In this, the 10th Gamache book, things are a little more quiet, a little more personal, a little less grand - as they needed to be after the culmination of major series arcs in the previous novel. This felt like a chance to catch our breath as well as see ...
As relieved as I am that the last book wrapped up the Sûreté sub-plot, reading this reminded me of watching Moonlighting after Maddie and David finally hooked up and all the sexual tension was gone. I still adore Louise Penny's writing, but I haven't been this bored with a Gamache novel since someon...
AudiobookI'm starting to really Ralph Cosham. He's such a quiet narrator that I wasn't sure about him at first but now I enjoy him. At about half-way, I thought, "Wow a murder-mystery without a murder. Nice." But nope, I was wrong. Great book/great series.
In the last six weeks, I've read books 4 through 10 of this series - a full half dozen experiences with Inspector Gamache. It has become the book series that is closest to my heart. I don't really entirely understand what Penny is doing with her series, but one thing that I know for sure is that t...
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